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How To Master Small Talk: 6 Steps To Start a Conversation

30 day program | small talk | first impression | active listening | reading body language | conversation for introverts
Martin Semerad
1,225 students enrolled
English [Auto]
How to start a conversation, with anybody.
How to form good questions.
How to observe body language to know how are you doing with the person.
To build a meaningful relationships upon a conversations you make.
To eliminate the Fear of Rejection.
Start believing in yourself, in your skills.
To get stronger in communication.
You will learn to self regulate and learn to "Learn-Unlearn-Relearn" when something doesn't work well.
Learn powerful strategies for building up an outstanding conversational skill.

There is a nice quote by the father of the personal development industry.

“Communication – the human connection – is the key to personal and career success.”

By the end of the course, you will be able to start conversation with anybody. Not only that you will know how to start a conversation, but you will also know how to fight the fear of approaching strangers, you will be able to come up with many small talk questions, so you never run out of things to say, you will have basics in reading people so nothing will surprise you.

You may be an introvert but this course will give a guide on how to start a conversation even if you don’t want to have a conversation with them.

The course starts with a proper mindset. You need to get your mindset straight first and then all the attempts you make to start a conversation with a guy will be destined for success. Then we will be talking about the first impression, how to present yourself so you feel and look confident. The way people perceive us is incredibly important and can determine the way the whole conversation will go.

We will definitely touch on active listening skills because it incredibly benefits our relationships. And not only in established ones but also the ones that are brand new. It helps us to quickly get to know the person we are talking to and we can build up that in the next phases of the process of making new friends.

An important part of all communication is reading body language. We look at the person standing in front of us and we process their body language to see how they are feeling at the moment, what topics they like to talk about, and whether they like or dislike you. We need this information so can make the conversation more effective. It’s almost like reading minds of people we are talking to.

After that, we have to establish the relationship and take care of it. And that’s a piece of cake – I will show you how to do it.

It doesn’t really matter whether you are trying to find out how to start a conversation with a girl, how to start a conversation with crush or you are seeking tips on how to do small talk in business. The course is a nice way for introverts to improve their small talk skills – I know it is frightening but it can be done well so you benefit from that. The course can improve as well as their personal communication as their business communication.

Also what has really helped me was the knowledge of the power I possess – I know I can talk to anybody, I know I can make them talk to me, and even like me but I don’t always need to deploy those skills – incredibly strong and nice feeling. I wish you could experience that too.

Your communication skills are about to get so much more efficient, you cannot imagine. xx

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3 hours on-demand video
Certificate of Completion


Working hours

Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
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